A Denim Look On The Urban Beach

DENIM SHIRTVintage Wrangler, KNIT SWEATERGANNI, JEANSMONKI, BAGGANNI, BOOTSZARA

Urban beach er måske så meget sagt, for man kan ikke bade i East River, men det er i alle fald de vibes som stedet her gav mig. En lille plet af strand og maritim stemning, midt i mellem storby og høje bygninger med udsigt til Manhattan Skyline i solnedgangen. Ret vildt spot, egentlig. Stedet er Brooklyn Bridge Park ved Pier 5. Her er der fornyligt bygget om med fodboldbaner og plads til at spille basketball. Og så er der det lille stykke med strand. Måske man skulle medbringe klapstol og parasol, og sætte sig der til sommer, haha! Der ville nok blive kigget lidt.

Denim er ubestridt et af mine yndlings materialer, som jeg før har nævnt, gerne flere denim pieces på samme tid. Skjorten her tror jeg, at jeg har haft i en 10 års tid. Så vidt jeg husker købte jeg den i København i en vintage butik. Det har været et godt køb og den er stadig ligeså pæn, som dengang jeg købte den. Jeg tænker det er sådan et stykke tøj, der bare holder hele livet igennem. En klassisk oversize denim skjorte, kan man aldrig blive træt af. Den fungerer til stort set alt, som her da jeg havde stylet den med min uld strik og jeans. Et ret fint vinter look med en jakke udover, selvfølgelig. Jeg synes, at den grønne farve lige giver outfittet lidt ekstra!

Jeg kan forresten varmt anbefale, at tage en tur ud til Pier 5 og Brooklyn Bridge Park, der er super smukt, især ved solnedgang.

Translation:

Urban beach is perhaps not the right word to use, because you can’t swim in the East River, but at least, it was the vibes that the place gave me, when I was there. A small area of sand and a maritime ambiance, in the midst of the big city and the tall buildings, overlooking the Manhattan Skyline at sunset. A pretty cool spot! The place is Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 5. There was recently built soccer pitches and basketball courts on the pier. And then there’s this little piece of beach, as I call it. Maybe I should bring a folding chair and a parasol, and sit there once summer arrives, haha! People would probably stare a bit.

Denim is undisputedly one of my favorite materials, which I mentioned before, I like wearing several denim pieces at the same time. I think I had this shirt, for a good 10 years. As far as I remember, I bought it in Copenhagen in a vintage store. That’s what I call a good buy, and it still look as great as when I bought it. It is the type of garment, which lasts a lifetime. I can never get tired of a classic denim shirt. It works for just about anything, as here when I styled it with my wool knit and jeans. A pretty nice winter look with a jacket on top, of course. The green color just gives the outfit a little extra!

By the way, I highly recommend taking a trip to Pier 5 and Brooklyn Bridge Park which is super beautiful, especially at sunset.

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